quitclaim deed


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Related to quitclaim deed: Warranty deed, Special Warranty Deed

quitclaim deed

A written instrument whereby the seller conveys only whatever interest he has in property, but makes no warranties or representations as to the nature of that interest or as to the absence of any limitations or restrictions thereon, or even that he has any right to the property at all.
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It is important to recognize that a quitclaim deed affects only the ownership of the home, not the mortgage.
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The general common law rule is that the doctrine of feeding the estoppel, also called the after-acquired-title doctrine, applies to benefit only a grantee under a warranty deed and cannot be invoked by the grantee under a quitclaim deed.
With a quitclaim deed, the grantee has no remedy, while with a deed containing some covenants of title, the grantee may recover damages, provided other applicable tests are met.
VANCOUVER -- Bayswater Uranium Corporation (TSX-V: BAY), (OTC: BYSWF) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a quitclaim deed indenture with Running Fox Resource Corp.
After approval of the sale, an executed and recorded Quitclaim Deed will be mailed to the highest bidder.
A quitclaim deed filed in Los Angeles indicates that it' all a part of a property settlement agreement between the pair, TMZ reported.
In addition, in 1992 the brother and his wife executed a quitclaim deed to the taxpayers, although they did not record it.
House said Fayetteville Depot LLC had some encroachment issues and had to secure a quitclaim deed for the property, in addition to having to get a letter of clearance from the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality before purchasing the property.
In a footnote, the court stated that it believed that the quitclaim deed was intended to be retroactive to the purchase date of the property.
6 (a)(1)B, RR/CC is required to notify the party or parties executing a deed, quitclaim deed, or deed of trust within thirty (30) days of recordation, and the party or parties subject to a notice of default or notice of sale, including the occupants of that property, within five (5) days, but in any event no more than fourteen (14) days of recordation.